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How do create spaces in description of my jira create_issue request?

Hello All,
I have the field below that I am passing into jira_client.create_issue(fields=issue_dict)
Everything works ok but I am trying to include more data in the jira stories thierself and I cannot figure out how to create a space or pass of something like a key value pair that will display in the description of the ticket.
I get an 400 Client Error whenever I try to experiment around and see what solutions work.
For example.
In the description I want
Class: Class
Date: Time and date
Amount of users: number of users
How can I achieve this solution by adding this to the description in python?
issue_dict = {
"project": {
"id": '<number>'
"summary": "test components",
"description": "New issue",
"reporter": {"name": "id"},
"issuetype": {"name": "SDLC Story"},
"priority": {
"name": "Critical"

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Ken McClean
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May 06, 2023

Spaces are a Confluence thing, so I'm not 100% sure what you're trying to accomplish?

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